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The NFL will lend its ‘palaces’ to the 2026 World Cup

As it happened in 1994, most of the stadiums in which the World Cup will be played in the United States They will be from NFL teams, which by capac


As it happened in 1994, most of the stadiums in which the World Cup will be played in the United States They will be from NFL teams, which by capacity and amenities far exceed those used by the MLS.

Real estate with great investment and luxuries, with impressive suites and fields, will be the main venues of the football party in 2025, what are these scenarios?

Los Angeles, SoFi Stadium:

It is the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, it is one of the newest stages in the NFL, it has capacity for 70 thousand spectators and it cost almost 5 billion dollars. He left out the legendary Rose Bowl in Pasadena.

Seattle, Lumen Field:

It is perhaps the most soccer-loving of the American World Cup venues, as it is shared by the Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders, and has a capacity for 72,000 fans.

San Francisco, Levi’s Stadium:

Levi’s Stadium located in Santa Clara, California is the regular home of the San Francisco 49ers and has a capacity of 68,500 spectators.

Kansas City, Arrowhead Stadium:

The usual setting for the exploits of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, with capacity for 76,416 attendees, will be a great stage for the World Cup.

Dallas, AT&T Stadium:

One of the most spectacular stadiums in the world, home of the Dallas Cowboys, with capacity for 80,000 fans, could not be left out of the World Cup party.

Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium:

Home of the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL and the Atlanta United of the MLS with its great nest design and its 71 thousand spectators, they will give another flavor to soccer.

Houston, NRG Stadium:

Houston is a very soccer city and has one of the best scenarios. 72, 220 fans will be able to watch the World Cup at the Texans’ home.

Boston, Gillette Stadium:

‘The house that Tom Brady built’, the Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots, located in Foxboro, with capacity for 68,756 spectators and in a highly soccer zone, will be a great venue.

Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

With seating for 67,594 fans, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles, one of the most passionate venues in the NFL, is ready for the World Cup.

Miami Hard Rock Stadium

The Latin flavor could not be left out, the renovated Hard Rock Stadium, where the Miami Dolphins usually play, await the World Cup with its 65,326.

New York/New Jersey, Metlife Stadium:

The usual home of the New York Jets and New York Giants, the stadium shared by ‘The Big Apple’ and the neighboring state of New Jersey is the stage with the largest capacity, hosting 82,500 fans.

In this way, the sport of tackles will make its contribution to the great World Cup party of 2026 as far as the United States is concerned.